Neve Single Post Options

Neve PRO offers a set of options for the Single Post layout, which applies by default on all the existing and newly-created posts. Some of them are also integrated into the individual post options and can overwrite the global ones.

These options are available in Dashboard > Appearance > Customize > Layout > Single Post:


Global options

While making visible the elements (from Elements Order), more of the following options will appear:

A

Header Layout

The options available for the header layout are:

  • Normal - it's the layout that can be observed from the screenshot above. 
    • Title Alignment - with three options: left / center / right (Desktop | Tablet | Mobile).
  • Cover - is the layout that will transform the main photo of the post into a cover photo, as you can see below.

Once you choose this layout, there will be many customizations available:

  • Cover height - the desired height of the cover photo ( available in PX or in VH), along with a reset button. It can be set differently for any of the devices (Desktop | Tablet | Mobile).
  • Cover padding - helps the user to align the title and details, by selecting the desired dimensions ( available in PX or in EM), along with a reset arrow (โŸฒ). You have the possibility to link (๐Ÿ”—) the values; this means that a change to any of the directions will be automatically applied to all of them. It can be set differently for any of the devices (Desktop | Tablet | Mobile).

    • Title Alignment - will change the alignment of the title, with three options: left / center / right (Desktop | Tablet | Mobile).
    • Title Position - will change the position of the title, with three options: top / center / bottom (Desktop | Tablet | Mobile).
    • Display meta before title - changes the order of the meta and title, by reversing them. It's an enable / disable option.

    • Overlay/ Text color - modifies the color of the overlay / title&meta. You can choose one of the global colors ( theme's default colors ), by clicking on the ๐ŸŒ button.
    • Overlay opacity - allows the user to set a percentage of the overlay's opacity, along with a reset button.
    • Hide featured image - will erase the photo of the article (the cover photo), replacing it with a default color ( grey ).

    • Blend mode - gives the possibility to edit photo's appearance and has plenty of options: Multiply / Screen / Overlay / Darken / Lighten / Color Dodge / Saturation / Color / Difference / Exclusion / Hue / Luminosity.
    • Cover container - has two options: Contained / Full Width. 
    • Boxed Layout - adds a box under the title and meta. Once you enable this option, there will appear two more settings that can be done: 
      • Section padding - similar to cover padding
      • Background color - sets the color of the background box. You can choose one of the global colors ( theme's default colors ), by clicking on the ๐ŸŒ button.

B

Page Elements

The options available for the page elements are:
  • Elements Order - changes the order of the elements from the article, with a drag-and-drop movement. 
    • Visibility - you can turn on / off the visibility of the elements, by clicking the ๐Ÿ‘๏ธ button.
  • Spacing between elements - changes the dimension of the blank space between the elements ( tags, content, biography, etc), available in PX, along with a reset button (Desktop | Tablet | Mobile). 
C

Post Meta

The options available for the post meta are:

  • Meta Order - allows the user to change the order of the title and details, with a drag-and-drop movement. 
    • Visibility - you can turn on / off the visibility of the meta, by clicking the ๐Ÿ‘๏ธ button.
  • Separator - gives the user the possibility to add the desired separator (a character that separates the author, date, category, and estimated reading time). 
  • Show Author Avatar - adds next to the author's name the avatar.
    • Avatar Size - helps to set the perfect dimension for the avatar, in PX, along with a reset button (Desktop | Tablet | Mobile). 
    • Use last updated date instead of the published one - allows the user to provide the last update's date.
D

Comments

The options available for the comments are:

  • Comments Section Style - has two options: 
    • Show/ Hide mechanism - a blue button with "Show comments" will appear.
    • Always show - provides a box with the "Leave a Reply" title where the users can add their thoughts.
  • Comments Section - has two options:
    • Section title - sets the front-end title of the section. You have the possibility to let it empty, which generates a default behavior ( eg. "1 thought on โ€œA look inside our barโ€ ").
    • Boxed layout - if it's enabled it will generate a box around the section and will also unlock some options:
      • Section padding - similar to the ones presented before.
      • Background / text color - similar to the ones presented before.
  • Submit Form Section - has four options:
    • Section title - the title that appears above the comment white box. If you choose to leave it empty, it will generate a default text ( eg. "Leave a Reply" ).
    • Button style - customizes the button's appearance and has two options: primary ( blue button with white text) and secondary ( white button with a blue border and blue text).
    • Button text - changes the text which appears on the button (by default: "Post Comment").
    • Boxed layout - adds a box in the background of the section. If it enables it will generate the following options:
      • Section padding - similar to the ones presented before.
      • Background / text color - similar to the ones presented before.

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E

Author Box

The options available here are:

  • Show author image - once enabled, it will generate the avatar of the author, with the following options:
    • Image Size - modifies the size of the photo, in PX (Desktop | Tablet | Mobile). 
    • Image position - changes the position of the photo and has three options: left / center / right.
    • Border Radius - rounds the margins, according to the desired level. If you want to undo the changes, you can click on the reset button.
  • Show archive link - changes the visibility of the archive link.
  • Content alignment - arranges the content of the author's biography according to the options: left / center / right.
  • Boxed layout - adds a box around the content and image. Once you enable it, there will appear a few options:
    • Section padding - similar to the ones presented before.
    • Background / text color - similar to the ones presented before.
F

Related Posts

This section shows posts within the same category or tags with the post currently viewed. The following options are available for this section:
  • Title - the title that appears above the section. If you leave the field empty, there is no default text.
  • Related Posts By - shows the posts related by category or tags.
  • Columns - sets the number of columns in which the posts will be displayed.
  • Number of Related Posts - sets the number of posts that will be displayed.
  • Excerpt Length - trims the content of the summary. If you want to undo the changes, there is a reset dedicated arrow (โŸฒ) at the end of the row.
  • Show featured image - displays the featured photo of the post. It can be enabled / disabled.
  • Boxed layout - adds a box around the related posts. It can be enabled / disabled. 
G

Sharing Icons

Those icons help with sharing the current post on social media, and you can choose which social networks to appear on the page.

The options available for the sharing icons are:

  • Icon style - changes the appearance of the icons and has two options: round ( as in the screenshot above, adds a circle background) / plain ( shows only the social icons).
  • Use custom icon color - allows the user to modify the color of the icons. You can choose one of the global colors ( theme's default colors ), by clicking on the ๐ŸŒ button.
  • Icons individual customizations - there are a few options for each icon:
    • Visibility - you can turn on / off the visibility of the icon, by clicking the ๐Ÿ‘๏ธ button. 
    • Title - you can change the title that appears when you hover with the mouse over the icon.
    • Social Network - once you click on the ๐Ÿ”ฝ button, there will appear a list from which you can choose.
    • Show on Desktop - can be enabled or disabled.
    • Show on Mobile - can be enabled or disabled.
    • Remove - it will remove the social icon.

There are two more settings available here: 

  • Reorder - once you click this one, two arrows will appear for each social network. After finishing, you can click "Done".
  • Add item - once you click this one, another field will appear, with the previously mentioned settings.
H

Post Navigation

Infinite scroll can be enabled on the single post layout and will display the content of all posts available on the blog page after the content of the current post. This way, all posts within the website can be explored without clicking on the navigation links.

Check the following GIF to see how the feature works.


Individual Options

๐Ÿ“  Note: The Customizer option sets the default sidebar position for various types of pages and, by editing a particular page, with the individual option the Customizer value might be overwritten.

In order to access the individual options, you have to go to Dashboard > Posts > choose one post > Edit > click on Neve icon.

While editing each post, the following options, more specific than the ones within the Customizer, are available within the  right sidebar. The areas are:

  • Page Layout
    • Sidebar - sets the position of the sidebar, coming with four options: Inherit (from the Customizer) / None / Left / Right.
    • Container - modifies the space occupied by the content, taking into consideration a predefined frame, coming with three options: Default / Contained / Full Width.
    • Custom Content Width - when enabled, it will generate a field to set the percentage. It changes the width of the content, according to the defined dimension.
  • Page Title
    • Title alignment - changes the alignment of the title from the front-end.
    • Author Avatar - adds the avatar of the author near the meta.
    • Reading Time -  adds the estimated reading time of the author near the meta.
  • Elements
    • Order - similar to the Elements Order from the Customizer, it shows / hides / reorders options for the same elements listed in the Customizer. The individual options have higher priority.
    • Disable Header - once enabled, hides the header rows.
    • Disable Footer - once enabled, hides the footer rows and footer widget areas.

In the end, there is a Reset all options to default option, by clicking the  โŸฒ button, which means to inherit all those settings from the Customizer.

๐Ÿ“ Please note that those options don't have a live preview. For checking the results you need to update the page and preview it.

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